NIN ANDREWS AND KAREN SCHUBERT
Poets Nin Andrews and Karen Schubert will read at Mac's followed by an open mic on Wednesday, May 15th at 7 p.m.
Nin Andrews’ poems have appeared in many literary journals and anthologies including Ploughshares, Agni, The Paris Review, and four editions of Best American Poetry. The author of 6 chapbooks and 6 full-length poetry collections, she has won two Ohio individual artist grants, the Pearl Chapbook Contest, the Kent State University chapbook contest, and the Gerald Cable Poetry Award. She is also the editor of a book of translations of the Belgian poet, Henri Michaux, Someone Wants to Steal My Name. Her book, Why God Is a Woman, was published by BOA Editions in 2015.
Karen Schubert is the author of five poetry chapbooks, most recently Dear Youngstown (NightBallet Press), Black Sand Beach (Kattywompus Press) and I Left My Wings on a Chair (Kent State Press),
Karen is the director of Lit Youngstown, a literary arts nonprofit in Ohio.
Her poems, short fiction, essays, creative non-fiction, interviews and reviews have been published in Water~Stone Review, Artful Dodge, diode poetry journal, terrain.org, PoetsArtists, Best American Poetry blog, American Literary Review, Poets’ Quarterly, and many other publications. Karen has had residencies at the Vermont Studio Center and Headlands Center for the Arts.